Project Management Tools and Softwares: Key Features, Pricing, and Pros and Cons

1. Trello

  • Business and Enterprise plans have a per-file attachment limit of 250MB.

Trello Pros

Trello Cons

2. Asana

Asana Pros:

Asana Cons:

3. Basecamp

Basecamp Pros:

Basecamp Pros:

4. GanttPRO

GanttPRO pros:

GanttPRO cons:

5. Bitrix24

Bitrix24 Pros:

Bitrix24 Cons:

6. Wrike

Wrike Pros:

Wrike Cons:

7. Redbooth

Redbooth Pros

Redbooth Cons:

8. ProofHub

ProofHub Pros:

ProofHub Cons:


Nifty Pros

  • Unlimited tasks and milestones
  • Kanban and list task views
  • Custom documents and Google Docs built-in Files
  • Time tracking
  • Team chat and discussions

Nifty Cons

  • No reach direct integrations
  • No recurring task
  • No calendar task view

9. Podio

Podio Pros:

Podio Cons:

10. Paymo

Paymo Pros:

Paymo Cons:

11. Agantty

Agantty Pros:

Agantty Cons:

12. And CO

AND CO pros:

AND CO cons:

13. Teamwork

Teamwork Pros:

Teamwork Cons:

14. Freedcamp

Freedcamp Pros:

Freedcamp Cons:

15. Flow

Flow Pros:

Flow Cons:

15. Clubhouse

Clubhouse Pros:

Clubhouse Cons:

17. ProProfs Project

  • It has two views — a single dashboard to view all your projects and their progress and a calendar view with which you can visualize milestones alongside your team easily
  • ProProfs Project has features like time tracking and timesheet entries that help in project and resource management.
  • Collaboration is really easy using ProProfs Project with features like Task Comments, Shared Calendar, Email Notifications, and File Sharing.
  • Assign tasks to relevant teams and ensure they stay informed of all updates with task permissions.
  • ProProfs Project offers four pricing plans, ranging from a Forever Free plan to an Unlimited Plan priced at $199/month.

ProProfs Project Pros:

  • Easy to understand UI
  • Extremely feature-rich
  • Instant, insightful reporting
  • Accurate, automated invoicing

ProProfs Project Cons:

  • Kanban view still underway
  • Non-customizable email notifications

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